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California Elections: Senate District 30

Senate District 30

All Districts > SD30: Downtown LA-Culver City-South LA
[incumbent: Sydney Kamlager (D-Los Angeles) - term limit: - Directory Page]

Districts will be redistricted in 2021 to take effect with the 2022 election.

Probable Candidates: 2022

District Projection: Safe Democratic
There will be a special election on March 2, 2021 to fill the vacancy created with former senator Holly Mitchell's election to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. If no candidate receives over 50%, the top two candidates will advance to a special general on May 4, 2021.
  • (i) Sydney Kamlager (Democratic) - State Assemblywoman  
  • Daniel Lee (Democratic) - Vice Mayor (Culver City)  
  • Tiffani Jones (Republican) - Business Consultant  
  • Cheryl Turner (Democratic) - Attorney/State Commissioner  
  • Renita Duncan (No Party Preference) - Command Sergeant Major  
  • Joe Lisuzzo (Republican) - Businessman/Entrepreneur  
  • Ernesto Alexander Huerta (Peace and Freedom) - Community Organizer  
  • (i) = incumbent

    Until the filing period closes, candidates who have made gestures to a run are included. Some of these may not run, while others are likely to jump in.


    Senate District 30 was left vacant upon the election of Holly Mitchell (D) to th . . .

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    District Geography

    County: Los Angeles (100%) of 521,539 registered voters.

    2018 Gubernatorial Race

    • Gavin Newsom (D) 87.5%
    • John Cox (R) 12.5%

    2016 Presidential Race

    • Hillary Clinton (D) 87.5%
    • Donald Trump (R) 8.0%

    2014 Gubernatorial Race

    • Edmund G. ("Jerry") Brown, Jr. (D) 86.0%
    • Neel Kashkari (R) 14.0%

    2012 Presidential Race

    • Barack Obama (D) 88.3%
    • Mitt Romney (R) 9.7%


    2010 Census Demographics for SD30
    Citizen Voting-Age Population 42.7% 6.1% 27.0%
    Total Population 28.3% 5.9% 50.0%

    The Bench (likely future candidates)